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    Looking for S. purpurea ssp venosa

    I don't have very much to trade, but PM me and we'll work something out.
    Pot cannot be too big because I'm running out of room in the balcony.
    Would greatly appreciate it if you included sphagnum moss
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    Did you try Andrew yet?

    You can usually find them at Armstrong's Garden Centers. I got mine at the Torrance store on Crenshaw.

    http://www.armstronggardens.com/locations.html
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    I have some pretty big S. purpurea plants. But, I honestly don't know how to tell ssp venosa from ssp purpurea and that's why I have not listed them in my store. haha


    Edit: here is an older picture of one before being split... (back then I was guessing it was ssp venusa but it honestly was a guess...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    Did you try Andrew yet?

    You can usually find them at Armstrong's Garden Centers. I got mine at the Torrance store on Crenshaw.

    http://www.armstronggardens.com/locations.html
    I've been to my local Armstrong Garden center, but they only had VFTs and D. capensis.

    and maybe i'll get one from Andrew, but I really don't have much money because I spent
    it all on Universal Studios

    Do you have any red ones?
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    Those will turn red in higher light. I got one from Arizona or New Mexico or some place that was so red it was almost black, but under full sun in Georgia it looks more like Andrew's than it did when I got it.

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    adnedarn, that looks like a purp purp to me.
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    Well, my confusions on the differences of these 2 sarrs is looooong set. I once thought it was ssp purp.... Then was told it was venusa and back and forth.. here is the oldest post I could find of such situation... (and don't laugh... EVERYONE is a newb at some point )

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...ghlight=venosa
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    Looks like venosa to me, so let's compromise and call it a venusa like Anrew did..
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